Jenny Steadman

Acting National Director, Potential Project Australia
Jenny Steadman

About Jenny Steadman

Mentor to global corporations and a skilled corporate strategist with a lifetime of experience bringing about transformation by training the mind, Jenny Steadman helps organisations cultivate thriving workplaces, with more connected human leadership, through the life-changing power of mindfulness and compassion.

When you learn to lead by creating space for authentic human connection, you prime your team to give their best, even on the most demanding days. As Senior Consultant & Facilitator with Potential Project, Jenny’s quest to bring a positive, human quality to business culture consistently generates outcomes that amaze her global clients.

Jenny facilitates programs for C-suite leadership teams to all levels throughout the organisation and across a range of industries. She’s known for her engaging, thoughtful, and inspiring approach.

The easy to embrace techniques Jenny teaches are firmly grounded in neuroscience and continuous research into the relevance for business professionals. Her proven skills for spearheading transformation are backed by an MBA, with post-graduate qualifications in Project Management and Human Resources.

Jenny is extensively qualified in mindfulness and draws on years of experience managing organisational strategy & transformation, leadership development, program management, learning & development, and change management.

CommunityDon’t stop at empathy. You need to lead with compassion!

People perform at their best and stay in organisations when they feel listened to, cared for, and given clear direction by leaders who take decisive action.

Whether you’re a leader, an influencer, or a project manager, Jenny will provide practical tips to get the most out of your people and do hard things in a human way.

Drawing from Potential Project’s global research in collaboration with Harvard Business Review, Jenny will share the bottom line of compassionate leadership and how it positively affects engagement, performance, organisational commitment and wellbeing.

You’ll also learn how to avoid burnout and lead more effectively by understanding the key differences between empathy and compassion.

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